Windrush Generation – Our Advice

Following the most recent developments from the Home Office regarding the legal status of those within the Windrush Generation, we have now included a section on our website which outlines as simply as possible our advice on how to proceed. You can access this by clicking here. We will be…

Government Apology to Windrush Citizens

Apology In the face of growing pressure, after the Prime Minister’s office had originally declined a meeting, Theresa May apologised to Caribbean leaders today for the treatment of Windrush citizens and stated that “Those who arrived from the Caribbean before 1973 and lived here permanently without significant periods of time…

Fundraising appeal success!

Thank you to everyone who supported the fundraising appeal to raise vital funds for GMIAU’s destitution project (ASHA). ASHA (Asylum Support Housing Advice) is a very busy service which helps people who are seeking asylum or who have been refused and are facing destitution and homelessness and sees over 1000…

Job Vacancy

Experienced Immigration Solicitor/Caseworker Level 2 GMIAU is seeking to recruit a committed and experienced immigration caseworker with proven experience of providing advice and representation in immigration, asylum, and human rights cases. For an informal discussion about the post please contact Denise McDowell, Director, on 0161 769 8822 or via denise@gmiau.org.…

Impact Report 2017

We are pleased to announce the launch of our inaugural impact report, published earlier this year in November 2017. Our report is intended to shine a light on some of the work that our dedicated team of staff and volunteers complete on a daily basis, as well as highlighting some…